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Football: Jesuit 24, Dunedin 6

TAMPA — Jesuit dominated time of possession and the line of scrimmage, scoring three rushing touchdowns in the first half of a 24-6 victory over Dunedin.

The Tigers (5-2, 5-1) held the ball for 18:44 in the first half and held the Falcons (3-4, 3-3) to 27 yards of total offense. Jesuit scored first on Parker Clonts' 1-yard run to cap a 16-play drive that took 7:46 in the first quarter.

After a Tiger field goal Dunedin answered as Jordan Williams ran the ensuing kickoff back 93 yards to narrow the score to 10-6.

Trailing 17-6 after a 5-yard touchdown run by Kevin Newman, the Falcons failed to field the Jesuit kickoff, and the Tigers recovered at the Dunedin 36. Jesuit punched it in on a 16-yard touchdown run by Reggie Brown to provide the final score.

Travis Puterbaugh, Times correspondent

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